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While Isaac wreaks havoc on Louisiana, Live Oak residents still recovering from Debby

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The town of Live Oak is breathing a sigh of relief this week as Hurricane Isaac headed west of Florida.  Live Oak is still picking up the pieces from a series of natural disasters this summer, including Tropical Storm Debby which flooded many area homes.  Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Corey Brooks has the story of how the town is recovering.

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